Anyone who knows my collection knows that a great majority of my prints are from my travels, Italy especially. Most popular in my gallery are my photos from Venice which, oddly enough, as I was “deathly ill” (my mother, who was with me, would probably beg to differ but that’s how I felt) Venice wasn’t my favorite leg of the multi-city trip.
That said though, even through the haze of a high-grade fever, malaise, and the throngs of tourists along the Grand Canal, I could see there were hidden gems just waiting to be captured. Anyone who asks me about visiting Venice will hear the same response… “Walk down along the Grand Canal for about five minutes and then, go left” (well, come to think of it, it depends on which way you’re coming from… ok, go the opposite direction from the water and explore the back canals)
Walk along the back canals of Venice and you will come across some of the most amazing finds from cafes to beautiful, old homes.
“Nubi Pastelli“, named as such for the pastel clouds, is one of those finds for me. Tucked back, with not a soul to be found, the distinct architecture of Venice caught my eye immediately. Aged with vintage actions, I love how the pastel, muted colors play off of one another.
“Nubi Pastelli” can be found in multiple sizes in my online gallery found here.